Kee Juan Han
Kee Juan Han was appointed director of the Washington School of Ballet in 2006.
He was also the school director for Arizona Ballet School from 1993-2003.
international teaching experiences, master classes and guest teaching include: the Singapore Dance Theatre
, Edmonton Ballet Academy
, Sydney Dance Company
, Ballet Austin
, Atlanta Ballet, Boston Ballet
, Hubbard Street Dance Company
, Los Angeles Ballet Academy, Orange County Ballet Theater
, Vail International Summer
of Dance festival, Jacob's Pillow, Milwaukee Ballet and the renowned Jackson International Ballet Summer School
was full-time faculty at the prestigious North Carolina School of the Arts and was the recipient of The Excellence in Teaching Award at NCSA.
He was also named the best teacher/coach at the Youth America Grand Prix (Long Beach) in 2000.
He is also the co-founder of the American Ballet Competition and is also featured in the Singapore Encyclopedia.
was awarded the 2008 Dance Teacher Award for Best Teacher of the Year.
directorship, The Washington School of Ballet
was awarded the best youth dance performance by Washington DC/Metro Dance and the school also won the Best School Award at the Youth America Grand Prix
(Torrington) for three consecutive years.
Kee Juan Han
has trained many prominent dancers, namely David Hallberg, principal of Bolshoi Ballet and American Ballet Theater, Ginger Smith, ballerina of Ballet Arizona and many others who are dancing professionally in United States and around the world.
Mr. Han is an adjudicator for numerous prestigious ballet competitions around the world.